Film and Television

March 2021: Expert and Presenter, Everest: Conquering the Death Zone (Channel 5)

June 2013: Design Consultant, Shed Media (Channel 4)

Feb 2012: Climbing Cameraman on the BBC1 series “The Great British Countryside”

Nov 2011 – Mountaineering Consultant on the BBC Radio 4 documentary, “The Freedom Trail”

Feb – Jun 2011 – Producer / Director – The Iceland Everest Expedition 2011

Nov 2007 – March 2009 2nd Camera on the BBC2 and Travel Channel series “Around the World in 80 Faiths”.

Jan 2007- Oct 2007  ProducerDirector on BBC 2’s “Horizon- Doctors in the Death Zone.” This was nominated for an RTS Award: “Best Science And Natural History Programme”

March 2006- June 2006  Director Location Manager on Discovery’s “Everest Extreme”

June 2004-Nov 2007  BBC2’s “Dragons’ Den”- Producer of the first four series. Known as “Shark Tank” in the USA. This won an RTS award in 2007: Best Factual Entertainment Programme.

March-May 2004  Producer/Director on BBC 2’s Search for Mallory’s camera”.

Nov 2003-March 2004   Associate Producer on BBC 1 and 3’s  “The Other Boat Race”.

RTS Award
Graham (left) collecting an RTS award in 2007

Jan-Dec 2002  Producer on Discovery’s “Escape from Experiment Island”, a Discovery series developed by Graham.

April-July 2001 Director on BBC 1’s “Ballooning over Everest”, a film proposed by Graham which was commissioned in the “Extreme Lives” series.

March-June 2000  Director on BBC 2’s “Return to Everest”, the film of Graham’s expedition to find the camera his great-uncle gave to George Mallory shortly before his disappearance on Mount Everest.

Sept-Nov 1999 – Assistant Producer/Director on BBC 2’s “Postcards from the Net”, a series of three programmes about internet Cafe culture which was largely Graham’s idea.

Jan-July 1999  High altitude director on BBC 2’s “Lost on Everest”, the film of Graham’s expedition which found George Mallory’s body and tells his story. This has become BBC Worldwide’s largest-ever grossing single documentary, and was a BBC/NOVA co-production.

1995    Safety officer/Sound recordist on Q.E.D.: The FALL AND RISE OF SERGEANT “REGGIE” PERRIN:- Followed Falklands veteran Alan Perrin as he set out to climb Mount McKinley, North America’s highest mountain.